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Mr. Marco Zeeman

Wrong Marco Zeeman?

Managing Director

Haewai Ltd

Employment History

  • Chairman
    Sink F69 Trust
  • Chairman
    F69 Trust
  • Chairman
    SinkF69 Trust
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Web References
New Zealand News - NZ - Wreck 'safe for divers' [cached]
However, Sink F69 Trust chairman Marco Zeeman said the frigate was built for the deep sea.
"It's highly compartmentalised as opposed to commercial vessels and is perfect for artificial reefing as evidenced by others which have been sunk around the world," he said.
The trust had received all necessary consents and permits following a four-year planning process.
Sunken frigate further broken up - 13 Mar 2006 - National News, 13 Mar 2006 [cached]
Sink F69 Trust chairman, Marco Zeeman said in a statement the bow was still pointing south and was held in place by the eight-tonne anchor attached when it was sunk.
He said 12m swells caused the ship to pivot on its embedded propeller shaft and rotate and the larger stern section was facing northwest.
Police divers have been assessing the ship and it was expected to re-open to divers later this week, he said.
SinkF69 Trust Chairman ..., 25 April 2007 [cached]
SinkF69 Trust Chairman Marco Zeeman says that the events of the weekend were expected during the life of the ship and were covered fully in the resource consent process.
The trust is comfortable with the way in which the vessel is currently sitting, Mr Zeeman said "The environment under the ocean is always changing and we expected that F69 to also constantly change, particularly following weather such as we had last week.
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Newstalk ZB, 28 July 2005 [cached]
A three-tonne funnel, with a scrap value of $6,000, failed to sell, but Sink F69 Trust chairman Marco Zeeman says the rest of the gear is being snapped up quickly.
He says the torpedo firing unit fetched more than $600 and the captain's "bat phone", $540.Mr Zeeman hopes the auctions, together with fundraising, will help generate $600,000.
The vessel will be sunk off Wellington's south coast in November.
Mar 2006 | Magazine | New Zealand Ship and Marine Society, 1 Mar 2006 [cached]
Fresh from scuttling the decommissioned frigate H.M.N.Z.S. Wellington, off the south coast of her eponymous city, in mid-December 2005 Marco Zeeman had a plan to sink the ship featured in Peter Jacksons much-bruited film "King Kong" off Mana Island, not very far round the southwest corner of the North Island from where the Wellington lies.
. Mr. Zeeman, named last during November 2005 as Wellingtonian of the Year for his work with the F69 Trust in turning the old frigate into a dive wreck, had plans to do the same with the "Kong" ship with the same end in view.
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